We establish grantmaking priorities in order to make the greatest impact. We apply them for three years and then review them. And we publicise them to help would-be applicants know what we are likely to fund. These priorities are not exclusive, and the Governors may consider exceptional applications outside them where the projected results fit well within our overall aims. These priorities were revised in 2020 due to the Covid-19 crisis.
4. To address student (re-)engagement with school, particularly in transition years and for students at risk of exclusion.
5. Early intervention projects that address the mental health needs of our target pupil groups where it is clear they cannot be funded by school or state.
All our work is aimed at helping low-income Lambeth residents under 30 move along the following pathways. The purpose is whole-life improvement in personal financial circumstances: